Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Phillip Wilson. Phillip graduated from Indiana University with an honors degree in Mathematics, and spent 4 years in graduate school in mathematics before awakening to new understanding of life. In 1971, Phil began fasting in order to purify his body, his feelings, and his mind.
America has a government that is taking this country in a direction in which the vast majority of its people don’t want to go. It continues to pour massive amounts of the country’s wealth into building and maintaining a vast military empire when, at the same time, critically important domestic needs remain unfunded or underfunded. War is so deeply embedded …
This week’s program offers two perspectives on global capitalism and permanent war. Sociologist William Robinson makes the case that the present state of capitalism may be a “systemic crisis,” something not seen in centuries. Then peace advocate Kathy Kelly relates her experiences from Afghanistan to US prisons, and refutes the notion of”humanitarian war.”
William Robinson teaches Sociology at UC Santa Barbara. Kathy Kelly is the founder of Voices for Creative Nonviolence.